Jordan and Ashley Siegel Remembered; Police Assist in Robbery Pursuit; Other Top Stories in Royal Oak

Here's our Week in Review – a roundup of the past week's top stories on Royal Oak Patch.

A lot happened last week, and we want to make sure you didn't miss the top headlines on Royal Oak Patch. Here are six of our most-read stories from the past week:

  1. Police Blotter: Cars Stolen, Man Finds Unknown Woman Cooking in His Apartment: Royal Oak Police received more than a dozen reports of stolen vehicles and larceny of vehicles from Sept. 6-13.
  2. 'Detropia' Producer Comes Home to Debut Documentary in Royal Oak: His movie's gotten an award from Sundance and praise from the New Yorker, and now Royal Oak-grown producer/cinematographer Craig Atkinson is showing his documentary 'Detropia' to hometown crowds.
  3. You Ask, Patch Answers: Police Chief Replies to Millage Questions: Royal Oak's Interim Police Chief, Corrigan O'Donohue, answers more questions about the Nov. 6 public safety ballot measure.
  4. Royal Oak Mom Remembers Children Who Died in Rollover: ‘My Kids Were My Life’: More than four months after her children were killed in a tragic rollover crash, Christie Siegel’s life still revolves around her children, Ashley and Jordan. Siegel stays busy raising money for causes that affect the lives of children in Royal Oak.
  5. Love It or Hate It? Arts, Beats & Eats Gets Personal During Comment Marathon: Is Arts Beats & Eats a good thing for Royal Oak? Residents had their say during a more than two-hour public comment session at the City Commission meeting Tuesday night.
  6. Royal Oak Police Assist in Huntington Woods Bank Robbery Pursuit: The Chase Bank on Woodward Avenue south of 11 Mile Road is robbed Monday morning.

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